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SubjectRE: The World After Linux-2.0 (Was: Re: Linux-2.0)
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What is ARM?

and why 8086?

Thanks!

Alex.

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From: Alan Cox[SMTP:alan@cymru.net]
Sent: Friday, June 07, 1996 4:45 AM
To: lizzeri@mbox.vol.it
Cc: torvalds@cs.helsinki.fi; linux-kernel@vger.rutgers.edu
Subject: Re: The World After Linux-2.0 (Was: Re: Linux-2.0)
> NFSv3 ?
> ATM ? (I know W. Almesberger is working on it)
Will be going into the 2.1 networking
> PA-RISC port ?
I'd like to see this especially given all the rumours about the P7 chip
> Linux on SGI boxes ?
In progress

> Anything else ? Anything already implemented ?

IPv6
DECnet hopefully
More ISDN support
8086 support
ARM/StrongARM support

and I hope SPX and also full XPG4 compliance.

Alan





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